Barbara Berk Engaged
to Dr. Ronald L. Lebus
MISS BARBARA BERK
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in Society
In honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Bookstein of Corning Ave., Oak Park, their children Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald (Joan) Penfil and Rita Bookstein entertained at an open
house recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Raskin of Courtland
Ave., Oak Park. Helping celebrate the occasion were 80 of their
relatives and friends.
At the Louis Rothenberg Club's 37th annual anniversary dinner
party, the following officers were installed for the coming year:
Edward Rothenberg, president; William Rothenberg, treasurer; Ann
Levin, recording secretary; and Nettie Rothenberg, corresponding
Eric Neal Baron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Baron of Oak
Park Blvd., left for California last week to enroll in college. A farewell
party was given by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown, at
their home on Monica Ave. Mr. Baron is the great-grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Greenblatt of Linwood Ave.
Misses Wendy and Janice Appleton of Kenwood Ave., Oak Park,
recently hosted a surprise silver anniversary cocktail party for their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Appleton, at the family home. Approxi-
mately 40 friends and relatives greeted the couple.
At the last meeting of the Sherman Family Club, the following
officers were elected: Mrs. Philip Sherman, president; Mrs. Jane
Saks, vice president; Israel Levenstein, secretary; Johanna Meyer,
corresponding secretary; Jean Lorber, treasurer; and Louis Wolfgang,
sargeant at arms.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berk of San
Juan Dr. announce the engag,ment
of their daughter Barbara Marcia
to Dr. Ronald Lawrence Lebus,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lebus
of Ilene Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education, and her fiance a
Camp Gan Israel comittee an-
graduate of the University of nounces the launching of a scholar-
Michigan's dental school, where
he was affiliated with Alpha ship
Leonard E. Baron, chairman of
the campaign, announced that its
The couple is planning a May
aim is to enable
the camp to ac-
cept a greater
number of chil-
dren who can not
afford to pay all'
or part of the
THE MEISNER AGENCY of
Israel is located
Indianapolis Life Insurance Co., about 60 miles
with offices at 15660 W. Ten Mile,
from Detroit in
Southfield, has been honored by Fenton, Mich.
the company for its outstanding
sales performance during 1966. It
ings are spread
was the company's leading agency over the camp's
in Michigan and ranked 16th
scenic 27 acres.
among all company agencies in The camp, now
the nation. Heading the agency is
in its seventh
Gordon R. Meisner, CLU, who
year, is attended
qualified for the elite Million Dol-
by more than 200
lar Round Table for the fifth children during its eight-week
time. Meisner has been associated summer season.
with Indianapolis Life since 1958.
The scholarship campaign, to
David Lippitt sold well in excess
close in mid-March, has as its
of $1,000,000 in new life insurance
goal the establishment of 100
as he was Indianapolis Life's top
scholarships. Co-chairman of the
agent in Michigan and ranked
project is Robert Ruch. Organiza-
third among all agents in the
tions chairmen are Harry Schumer
and Max Sosin. Chairman of the
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FELBRO QUALITY MEATS,
20233 W. Seven Mile, is under the Sholem Aleichem Show
personal direction of brothers, Har-
Set This Weekend
old and Bob Feldman. Years of
The art show and sale, featur-
qualified experience and top qual-
ity meats have made Folbro a ing Michigan artists, sponsored by
leader in the entire metropolitan the Sholem Aleichem Institute,
will be held this weekend at the
In addition to the oils, water
Antique Appraisal to Aid colors,
appliqued and embroidered
Lapeer Home Chapel Fun wall hangings, sculpture, - silver
Antiques and heirlooms will be work, jewelry and pottery, the
appraised at the Detroit Spring Sholem Aleichem show will feature
Antique Show March 9-12 at the for the first time a handicraft
Light Guard Armory. Profits will boutique of original items made by
go to the chapel fund of Lapeer members of the organization.
State Home and Training School,
Hours areal to 10 p.m., except
to erect a new interfaith chapel Sunday, which is 1 to 5 p.m.
Coffee and cake will be served.
Hours will be 1-10 p.m., except Nominal admission charge.
Sunday, 1-9 p.m. Free parking is
Mrs. Raymond Henkin is chair-
available adjacent to the armory. man of the artists committee.
Friday, February 10, 1967-19
was omitted from the data in the
editorial on Jewish education last
The Hebrew studies budget sub- week.
mitted to the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration for Hillel Day School for
1966-67 is $131,350. Hillel's figure THE NEWEST
Tab for Hebrew at Hillel
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Editor, The Jewish News:
Your issue of Jan. 27 contains
a report of a lecture delivered by
a "Lubavitcher Hasidic rabbi"
who allegedly advocates post-
mortems as well as cremation.
In order to guard against the
danger of the Jewish public being
misled and live under the erron-
eous impression that the opinion
expressed by the lecturer is in
harmony with Lubavitcher Hasi-
dism, and in keeping with authen-
tic Halakha, we wish to state here
categorically, that post-mortems
and cremations are absolutely con-
trary to Jewish law.
RABBI LEIZER LEVIN,
President, Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit
Asher Tarmon to Spe -ak
on Israeli Education at
Sholem Aleichem Oneg
The Sholem Aleichem Institute
will hold an oneg Shabbat at 8:45
p.m. Feb. 17 at the Institute.
Speaker will be Asher Tarmon,
director of the Hebrew and Israel
culture department of the Jewish
Center. His subject will be "Edu-
cational Problems in Israel."
Tarmon, who _came to Israel
from England in 1948 during the
War of Independence, settled with
the first English and American
graduates of Habonim in Kibbutz
Kfar Blum. In 1955, he became .
principal of the regional elemen-
tary schools in B'er Tuvia. Tar-
mon was also connected with the
Israel Broadcasting Corp. and
wrote and presented its school
broadcasting series for four years,
in addition to conducting the Eng-
lish Department for Regional
There will be community sing-
ing, and refreshments will be serv- .
ed. All are invited at no charge.
'Beth Aaron Young Adults Group
will hold a fund-raising film night
and social 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the synagogue. Refreshments will
be served. For information con-
tact Loretta Weintraub, LI 8-9430.
A general meeting will be held
8 p.m. .Feb. 22 at the synagogue.
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Slates Movie, Social
Presidents of various Jewish organizations hear Edward Schlussel
explain the work of the Jewish Welfare Federation and the Allied
Jewish Campaign. Schlussel, co-chairman of the Metropolitan Division
of the campaign, which sponsored the meeting, is standing next to
Hyman Safran, president of Federation, who spoke on the need for
increased contributions to the 1967 campaign. The meeting was held
at the Jewish Home for Aged, a beneficiary of the drive, and was
preceded by a tour, of ,the agency.,
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woman's division is Mrs. Morris
Miller. Charles E. Feinberg is
The campaign committee is in
the process of formation.
For information call 544-7168.
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